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National Teachers' Union wants matric markers to be randomly tested for Covid-19 at marking centres. Covid has now taken the lives of three markers.


Managed People Solutions is offering learnership opportunities to unemployed youth in Gauteng.

Learners will be placed in a retail store (with merchandiser duties) and attend class on a monthly basis to complete their National Certificate in Wholesale & Retail Operations (NQF 2).


Armscor, the Armaments Corporation of South Africa, in partnership with the defence industry, is offering bursaries to exceptional learners through the Armscor Bursary Scheme.

The bursaries will be awarded to learners from previously disadvantaged backgrounds who intend to study full time in the engineering and science fields of study.


Free State's Education Department is confident that this matric marking season will go down smoothly, even with markers having tested positive and more having dropped out.


With concerns that matric marking could lead to outbreaks amongst teachers, some markers have already tested positive. The Department of Basic Education is committed to having no outbreaks during this marking season.


Two Mountains is a full funeral service provider with services that cover, financial planning, funeral policies, funeral arrangements and more.

We are currently looking for learners to join our Financial Services team. 

 


SIOC-cdt is offering bursary opportunities to their local communities in two of its provinces. If you are  a matriculant registered to study at a TVET / FET College this is your opportunity to qualify for funding.


A report has been released by the Department of Basic Education (DBE) stating that they are satisfied with the first week of marking of the matric examinations.


Almost 900 Matric exam paper markers quit and had to be replaced in Gauteng just as the marking season commences. Marking began on 4 January and is set to finish up on 22 January with around 45 000 markers being recruited across the country.


With the Department of Basic Education aiming for marking to be done in two weeks, concern has now surfaced as Covid can strike anytime and disrupt the marking processes. Marking of matric exam papers commenced on 4 January.

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